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PFCE Framework/Family Engagement Outcomes

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Watch this webinar to learn more about Promoting Informed Child Care Choices: A Training Guide for Child Care Subsidy Staff.

Watch this brief overview of the relationship-based competencies, or the RBCs, to learn more about the knowledge, skills, and individual practices that early childhood professionals-in every role-need to engage and...

Watch this brief overview of the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework for Early Childhood Systems and related resources for Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Lead agencies, their disseminating networks, state administrators,...

CCDF Lead Agencies, subsidy staff, their supervisors, and others responsible for training subsidy staff can use Promoting Informed Child Care Choices: A Training Guide for Child Care Subsidy Staff as a tool for professional development.

Use this research-based resource to support early childhood state systems-building efforts to advance family engagement.

State, Territory, and Tribal child care administrators and others may use this resource to support consumer education and family engagement.

Explore this brief to learn about a set of resources designed to help build knowledge and strengthen practices for implementing family engagement. They may be used to support professional development for early childhood and school-age care and education professionals.

Early childhood professionals need to engage families in positive, goal-oriented relationships. The Relationship-Based Competencies (RBCs) to Support Family Engagement Series upholds that goal.

The research-based Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework for Early Childhood Systems is a research-based guide. PFCE explores the relationships between parents and early childhood providers.

Father-friendly environments can help create chances for engagement. Create an environment fathers will want to be a part of by considering what they see, hear, and feel when they walk into your program.